On Monday, U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan addressed the Alaska Legislature, speaking on issues ranging from the EPA to Iran negotiations to federal overreach.
The Alaska Department of Law updated legislators last week on a lawsuit that could dramatically change the way Alaska school districts are funded.
Sen. Pete Kelly (R-Fairbanks) says he will be introducing Medicaid Reform legislation later this week, but expansion won't be a part of it.
Educators from across the state came to Juneau to discuss education policy with legislators, but spent half the meeting in a lecture denouncing Common Core.
In July, the Alaska Supreme Court approved the Bristol Bay Forever ballot initiative, which voters passed in November. On Friday, the court told us why.
A pre-filed bill offered by Rep. Paul Seaton starts the discussion on marijuana legalization, but includes a controversial delay for concentrates.
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A lack of public data from the State of Alaska makes it difficult to gauge whether Walmart is a good deal for Alaskans or a burden on taxpayers.